Spring is when the robins appear – and so does our Pet of the Week Robin! This young German Shepherd dog was brought in by his previous owner in early February because they could no longer provide the care he needs and deserves. Robin was adopted once, but came back to us because he didn’t […]

RASKC commends Seattle Humane, one of the region’s leaders in animal adoption, education, and welfare. With about 125 full- and part-time employees and more than 1,100 volunteers, this outstanding organization is celebrating its 125th anniversary this year! Throughout their history, Seattle Humane has met the changing needs of the community. Seattle Humane is now more […]

Every pet is special of course, but Victor has a singular place in our hearts. This sweet, cuddly and playful pup is blind. He came to us in early April thanks to a good Samaritan, and is now ready for his forever home. At just eight months old, Victor has almost boundless energy, though he […]

It’s time for our Pet of the Week – meet Jinxie! This ten-year-old female tabby was brought in by her previous family in late March because they could no longer care for her. Jinxie has a “Bashful Blue” personality, meaning she likes to take things slow. She likes getting attention on her own terms, and […]

A little guy with a BIG heart – this is Frankie, our Pet of the Week! This six-year-old Chihuahua mix was brought in by his previous owner in February because they could no longer care for him. Frankie lived in a home with other small dogs, and caregivers at RASKC have noticed that he seems […]

This big guy is our Pet of the Week – meet Mammoth! This three-year-old male domestic shorthair cat was brought in by a good Samaritan in mid-March. Although Mammoth most likely lived outside, he is ready to retire that lifestyle and find a nice warm home to cozy up into for the rest of his […]

Looking for a buddy to play with? Then let us introduce you to Buddy, our Pet of the Week! This German Shepherd mix was found by one of our animal control officers back in late December. We thought he had found his fur-ever home, but unfortunately Buddy was returned to us in early February because […]

From April 1 through June 30, you can license your cat or dog or renew an expired license and your late fees will be waived! A license not only protects your pet; it also supports your community by helping to fund animal care and control seven days a week, as well as rescue, foster, adoption […]

Spring has sprung – and now our Pet of the Week Blair wants to spring into your heart! This young girl was brought in by her previous family in February because they were moving. They described Blair as calm and shy. She genuinely loves affection, but can get overstimulated. Blair gives signs when she’s had enough, so […]

Go on the journey of a lifetime with Safari, our Pet of the Week! This younger pittie mix was brought in by her previous family in February because they were moving.  Safari lived indoors with adults, mostly female. They described Safari as very curious, outgoing, and protective. She is crate trained, but not leash trained, and semi-potty […]